First steps in Panama

It’s been two weeks in Panama where we have traveled the country from East to West, from Pacific to Atlantic, American influence in indian territory, urbanity to pure nature … We started in the capital, Panama City, to proceed to a territory more virgin in Santa Catalina and Coiba Island. Then we continue toward the Atlantic and Caribbean Sea in the archipelago of Bocas del Toro to cross back the entire country to archipelago of San Blas.

Hidden Gem Madrid: Gelateria Di Angelo

The Gelateria Di Angelo is quite an institution in Arganzuela, a neighbourhood in the Banks of the Manzanares River. It’s…

Summer in Madrid: Jardín Secreto de Salvador Bachiller

Calle Montera is a central street in the middle of Madrid’s city centre, a very crowded and underrated street. In…

Hidden Gem: Le Café-Bistrot, Institut Français of Madrid.

Spring is getting closer, a so it is the summer. So here, in suddenlyonboard.com, we decided to honour this time…

The golden corner in Calle Espiritu Santo.

Everything started with a guy running through Madrid late for a date. It was one of those winter days when…

Hidden Gem Colombia: La Cocina de Pepina.

María Josefina Yances knew all of the things life could offer. The smells, colours, flavours and textures. She knew, and…

Portugal from North to South by Train

I’ve just turned 29 years old, a figure that “officially” says goodbye to your youth when talking about discounts. It’s…

Hidden Gem Bogotá: The Best Ajiaco in the world.

The Ajiaco for those of us who grew up in Colombia is synonym for Mother or Grandmother, of childhood. It’s…

Hidden Gem Bogotá: Zatar.

At the end of the XIX century and the beginning of XX century a wave of Syrian and Lebanese immigrants…

Hidden Gem Bogotá: La Fama

Great food, great drinks and an amazing interior design. La Fama, a traditional name for a butcher’s shop in Bogotá,…

Free Sundays in Rome

Rome, like many other capitals in Europe, needs more than one visit to be understood. A city steeped in a…

Hidden Gem Rome: Testaccio

Unknown for many, Testaccio neighborhood was once essential to Rome’s economy. It was the “port of Rome” where different goods used…

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